The town's cultural center, Alte Mälzerei, Galgenbergstrasse 20 (tel. 0941/7888115;, hosts concerts and theater productions, as well as a run-down bar and beer garden that serves cheap drinks daily 5pm to 1am. The only late-night bar in town, Wunderbar, Keplerstrasse 11 (tel. 0941/53130;; bus: Altstadt bus), serves drinks until 3am, 7 nights a week.

Historische Wurstküche, Thundorferstrasse 3 (tel. 0941/466210;, celebrated its 856th birthday in 2011, making it the oldest operating fast-food joint in all of Germany. It's still the best place in town for those delicious Regensburger sausages, which are cooked over beechwood fires in the small kitchen. A total of six of them, served with Sauerkraut and fresh bread, costs 7.50€. It's located next to the Steinerne Brücke, and tables have a river view. At various times the river has risen to flood the joint. It is open April to October daily from 8am to 7pm; November to March, it is open only on Sunday 8am to 3pm.

At Scala, Gesandtenstrasse 6 (tel. 0941/52293;; bus: Altstadtbus), three bars hem in the dance floor and attract an under-35 crowd. It's open Wednesday to Sunday 11pm to 3am (Fri-Sat until 4am). Admission is 5€ to 10€.

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